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in subjective terms, as the training of mental faculties. The
relation between the two Locke himself makes no attempt to
discuss, probably because he was wholly unaware that the two
points of view were different. The possibility that there might
be no faculties of mind capable of a general formal training
certainly never occurred to him, any more than to the innumerable
educators, both before and after him, who have uncritically
assumed that training faculties and preparing for social functions
are alternative expressions for the same fact.
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